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FURNITURE, PIANO FORTE, 6-c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. WALKER, • • At his Rooms, 31, Church-street, on

FURNITURE, PIANO FORTE, 6-c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. WALKER, • • At his Rooms, 31, Church-street, on

Monday the 17th and Tuesday the 18th October, at eleven o'clock precisely, AN excellent assortment of well-made HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consisting of four-post and tent bedsteads, with mahogany and hard-wood foot-posts mahogany chairs in hair seatings, - o chairs, sofas, mahogany c
October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
An Invaluable Present to Young People.—The Scripture Prayer Book. THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER; wherein the Service of the Chur

An Invaluable Present to Young People.—The Scripture Prayer Book. THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER; wherein the Service of the Chur

of England is illustrated by Proofs from the Holy S •ri ures. By the Rev. JOHN VENEER, late Rector of St ndrew's, Chichester. Interspersed with useful Direction nd Explanatory Notes, carefully selected from the most le rued writers on the Liturgy, and calculated to assist the Me
October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE MONEY MARKET.

THE MONEY MARKET.

TO THE EDITORS OE THE LIVERPOOL TELEGRAPH. GENTLEMEN :-I observed in your paper of last week, a letter complaining of the late hours to which shopmen are detained at their business. This is a subject which demands consideration—it affects a very large class of persons in this to
October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

We have to spolo,•e - to - On - i - Wader; - ilTr — the - t - ipographical errors which app e ared in our first number, and the imperfections which may be found in the present. The difficulty of completing the mechanical arrangements consequent upon the establishment a a new jou
October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
• LIVERPOOL EXHIBITION. THE • SUBSCRIBERS to the FUND for the PURCHASE of PICTURES from the present Exhibition of the

• LIVERPOOL EXHIBITION. THE • SUBSCRIBERS to the FUND for the PURCHASE of PICTURES from the present Exhibition of the

Works of Living Artists, are requested to meet at M. WINSTANLEY'S ROOMS, in Church-street, on SATURDAY next, the 15th instant, at One o'Clock in the Afternoon, to elect a Committee, Treasurer, 10th October, 1836.
October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL INFIRMARY, Om 6. DISCHARGED. ADMITTED. ' In-patients cured - - 23 In-patients - Relieved !- - - - 2

LIVERPOOL INFIRMARY, Om 6. DISCHARGED. ADMITTED. ' In-patients cured - - 23 In-patients - Relieved !- - - - 2

Out-patients -.- 0 Made Out-patients - - 1 Casuals during last week - 6 Irregular - - - - 1 Remain in the House - 214 Dead - Consulting Surgeon, Mr. Forshaw. House Visitors, Mr. Brocklebank and Mr. Dawson. Chaplain, Rev. It. Davies. JOHN ASHCROFT, House Surgeon. HOSPITAL. Discha
October 12, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MISCELLANY.

MISCELLANY.

ARTESIAN WELLS.—M. Mulot, who has the manage- Inent of the, process now in operation at the Barriere de Grenelle, near Paris for forming_ ar tesian wells, has al-• ready penetrated 1088 feet without finding water. His contract is to bore as low as 1200. feet, and if no water is
October 19, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Iliberpool eirgrapb.

Iliberpool eirgrapb.

Iliberpool WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1836. We are compelled, by A most extraordinary ebullition of Tory spleen and jealousy to offer to our readers an apology for the non-appearance of a verbatim report of the speeches delivered at the Orange Meeting, of last night. We had given the
October 19, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
IFEAVING r.eeived a Requisition very numerously and respectably signed by the inhabitants of Liverpool and neighbourhood, to call a PUBLIC

IFEAVING r.eeived a Requisition very numerously and respectably signed by the inhabitants of Liverpool and neighbourhood, to call a PUBLIC

MEETTING to consider the Propriety of Erecting 'a Building adapted for the Accommodation of futurefrFestivals and other public purposes,—l appoint SATtigbAY next, the 22d instant, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon, in the Room, in the Sessions' House, Chapel-street, for such meeti
October 19, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
NEW MUSIC. This Day is Published. price One Shilling. MHE CONSERVATIVE GRAND MARCH, composed and arranged for tho Piano-forte, and

NEW MUSIC. This Day is Published. price One Shilling. MHE CONSERVATIVE GRAND MARCH, composed and arranged for tho Piano-forte, and

respectfully dedicated to SANDON, 41. P. By JAMES MAY. To be had at Mr. StrrzoN's, 14, Paradise-street, and at all Music Shops.
October 19, 1836 - Liverpool Telegraph - Liverpool, Lancashire, England